Non-essential businesses able to continue home deliveries in Yolo County
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Non-essential businesses able to continue home deliveries in Yolo County

Social distancing still encouraged when going out to support local businesses  Starting March 27, Yolo…

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High-risk homeless individuals sheltered, self-isolating in Yolo County motel rooms
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High-risk homeless individuals sheltered, self-isolating in Yolo County motel rooms

Through federal initiative Project Roomkey, county temporarily houses 143 vulnerable homeless individuals in motel rooms…

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Police Logs
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Police Logs

No beer pong on the golf course! March 22 “White sedan occupied by 4 males,…

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Drive-through COVID-19 testing available in California
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Drive-through COVID-19 testing available in California

Project Baseline launched in Sacramento  Project Baseline, founded by the company Verily and a subsidiary…

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Blood centers urge donations, citing heightened need during pandemic
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Blood centers urge donations, citing heightened need during pandemic

Although blood supply currently stable, blood centers fear donation shortage  As the COVID-19 crisis continues,…

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First virtual Davis City Council meeting “zoombombed” with trolls broadcasting racial slurs, pornography
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First virtual Davis City Council meeting “zoombombed” with trolls broadcasting racial slurs, pornography

Technical difficulties, trolling prompt changes in procedure for future meetings, highlighting challenges of remote city…

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Yolo County DA cracks down on stores illegally price-gouging during pandemic
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Yolo County DA cracks down on stores illegally price-gouging during pandemic

Citizens who experience price-gouging are encouraged to report it  The Yolo County District Attorney’s Office…

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Davis Joint Unified School District continues to offer meals to students amid shutdown
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Davis Joint Unified School District continues to offer meals to students amid shutdown

Local district one of many districts shut down across country due to COVID-19 On March…

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Police Logs
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Police Logs

Bikes and scooters and tricycles, oh my! March 4 “Male rode his bike into a…

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Grassroots groups in Yolo County emerge to share information, resources during lockdown
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Grassroots groups in Yolo County emerge to share information, resources during lockdown

Online and over airwaves, local community members band together remotely in a period of social…

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Davis Farmers Market remains open during coronavirus pandemic, enacts extra precautions
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Davis Farmers Market remains open during coronavirus pandemic, enacts extra precautions

Davis Farmers Market will no longer have samples, increases sanitary measures like local grocery stores…

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“Taking our personal health seriously” — implications of California’s shelter-in-place order
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“Taking our personal health seriously” — implications of California’s shelter-in-place order

Order prioritizes public health, highlighting need for individual hygiene, disrupting service-industry jobs In the wake…

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Yolo County shelter-in-place order extended until May 1
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Yolo County shelter-in-place order extended until May 1

Yolo County officials ask people to continue staying home, provides database for coronavirus cases The…

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UC Davis students launch new ‘trinity’ trend, this time with desserts
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UC Davis students launch new ‘trinity’ trend, this time with desserts

Davis Dessert Trinity challenges students with a sweet tooth to eat at Davis Creamery, Sweet…

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Davis City Council passes ordinance halting evictions, suspending fees for water shut-offs during COVID-19 local state of emergency
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Davis City Council passes ordinance halting evictions, suspending fees for water shut-offs during COVID-19 local state of emergency

City’s landlords cannot evict renters unable to pay rent due to pandemic, related workplace closures…

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